Andrew and Mark round out the year by checking out the holiday special hosted by that rosy-cheeked Christmas spirit, Dean Martin. Topics: episodic memories, best of the best, television, comedy, podcast, variety, dean martin
Dean Gleason is a culmination of many years of playing ing in too many bands. Now Dean is the band. No one to blame, no one to yell at. A digital one mand band with an analog brain and a vacuum tube attitude. DG is nothing much like his two namesakes (Martin & Jackie), other than maybe he's "The Great One's" size and used to party like a'more. DG has trouble with a few things in the modern world........College Fraternities, Bad Drivers, Cell Phones, Kids (in general), Political... Topic: Dean Gleason
In today's installment, I talk to Deana Martin, daughter of the legendary Dean Martin. She's currently on tour and is a top-flight performer in her own right as her albums, including her latest, White Christmas definitely prove. She and I discuss the making of her deliciously old-school holiday offering, and talk about things like her life among such pop luminaries as Frank Sinatra and her childhood encounter with Elvis Presley. Topics: Deanna, Martin, Xmas, Christmas, Dean Martin
Interview with Asleep guitarist Jon Dean Asleep guitarist Dean and I have been trying to get together since we first met during SXSW Music Conference at the Gypsy Lounge in Austin Texas. Although Punchy the 15 foot robot made more of an impression on me, Dean, Tod, and the other members of the band struck me as down to earth and how do you say… cool? Yeah! They were cool guys with a cool heavy sound. I really enjoy the song “Big Sister” because it’s dark and it’s one of those songs... Topic: jimmyfro
This week, The Final Straw contains no Sean Swain segment. Keep an ear out for one next week! This interview aired in May of 2012 "This week features a conversation with attorney, educator and trans activist, Dean Spade about his new book, “Normal Life: Administrative Violence, Critical Trans Politics and the limits of law”, just out from South End Press. Normal Life is a finalist for the 2012 Lambda Literary Awards. Follow Mr. Spade’s writing at http://www.deanspade.net/" In... Topics: ashevillefm, wsfm-lp, wcrs-lp, kowa-lp, kwtf-lp, music, metal, punk, hardcore, Dean Spade, normal...
Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com interviews comedian Demetri Martin regarding his new film, DEAN. Topics: Demetri Martin, HollywoodChicago.com, Interview, Patrick McDonald, Dean, Kevin Kline, Mary...
Martin and Lewis were an American comedy duo, comprising singer Dean Martin (as the "straight man") and comedian Jerry Lewis (as his stooge). The pair worked together in nightclubs, on radio and television, and film from 1946 until 1956. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews )
Welcome back friends to the Retro Radio Memories podcast! Each week we will briefly discuss a classic old time radio show before sharing said program with you listeners. This week we present an episode from the Martin & Lewis series from back in 1949 with special guest star John Carradine. Topics: Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, John Carradine, Old Time Radio, Retro, Nostalgia, Podcast
(Contains adult language) In this episode of Frozen Peas (that's slang for audio bloopers) we'll hear Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis at the top of their popularity recording radio promos for their 1953 film, "The Caddy." Luckily for us, someone saved these candid clips from the cutting room floor. And then we'll sit in on a recording session with Jerry Lewis singing the title song from his 1958 solo film, "Rock-a-Bye Baby."
Guest George Raft joins Dean and Jerry in George's version of the Martin and Lewis film "That's My Boy." Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, George Raft, Comedy, Old Time...
The first Martin and Lewis radio show, following a previous audition program featuring Bob Hope. The pair are nervous about dealing with NBC and having their own radio show and are late for the broadcast. Lucille Ball is disgusted with the way Dean mistreats Jerry, according to Jerry, until she finally meets Dean. Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Martin and Lewis, Deam Martin, Jerry Lewis, Lucille Ball, Comedy, Old Time...
Guests Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, and Charles Laughton Join Dorothy on the show. Dorothy sings "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm". Charles and Dorothy play a married couple where the wife henpecks her husband in a skit. Dorothy sings "Hold Me". Jerry thinks Dorothy is his ideal dream girl. Dean sings "Tarra Ta-Larra Ta-Lar". Topics: Sealtest Variety Theater, Dorothy Lamour, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Charles Laughton, Comedy,...
An exclusive interview with Deana Martin about her 2016 album "Swing Street." She talks to Gary Baca about growing up as the daughter of Dean Martin, her time hanging out with Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr., and other interesting experiences surrounding her life and career. Topics: Deana Martin, Dean Martin, big band, the rat pack
The Child Welfare Board threatens to close the nightclub where Martin and Lewis are performing because Dean's "son" Jerry is underage. Jerry has to take a mental test and winds up back in elementary school. Topics: The Martin and Lewis Show, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Comedy, Variety, Old time radio, OTR
Dr Martin E Clark, preaching from Revelation c. 1973 at College Baptist Church (now Harvest Baptist Church) in Blacksburg. Dr. Clark took me to Grace Church in late Spring of 1973 as his side-kick to attend the Sovereign Grace Theological Society. Topics: Clark, Blacksburg
Martin N. Davidson, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Business Administration at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, closes out the Center for Public Leadership's 2010 Leadership Research Seminar series on the topic of: "Managing Identity Differently: How Organizations Make People who are Different Successful." Topics: cpl, hks, harvard, kennedy school, leadership, davidson, virginia, darden, identity, organizations
Dean and Jerry play a married couple where Dean sings his part and Jerry wisecracks in response. Guest Danny Thomas joins Dean and Jerry in their version of the quiz show You Bet Your Life, with Dean as Groucho. Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Danny Thomas, Comedy, Old Time...
Dean, Jerry, and guest Dale Evans perform a skit at her ranch, with Dean as Roy, and Jerry playing the role of Trigger. Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Dale Evans, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Dean and Jerry are disappointed they haven't been invited to the mayor's Christmas Ball, but they still try to find a way to get invited. Dean sings "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," and "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas." Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Sheldon Leonard, Comedy, Old...
Dean and Jerry go to the recording studio to record a new song, and meet a president of their fan club. Dean and Jerry visit Burl Ives at the studio to learn how to sing folk songs. Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Deam Martin, Jerry Lewis, Burl Ives, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Dean and Jerry are talked into starting their own night club, so they try and get Victor Moore to put up the money after trying a loan company. Topics: Martin & Lewis, Martin and Lewis Show, Comedy, Victor Moore, Old Time Radio, OTR
A Vogue reporter will be coming to interview Dean and Jerry, but they get kicked out of their apartment, so they try to convince Arthur Treacher to let them use his penthouse for the interview. Topics: Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Arthur Treacher, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
While George Jessel is on the verge of being fired from Darryl Zanucks' studio for being away too much, Dean and Jerry want George to get them a job at the studio. Topics: Martin & Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, George Jessel, Comedy, Variety, Old Time Radio, OTR
The manager of Dean and Jerry give them a tip about a potential sponsor for their show, but the man only agrees to sponsor the show if they change the format from comedy to mystery. Later, the boys try and get Peter Lorrie to join their show to help them do a mystery program. Topics: Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Peter Lorrie, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Dean has plans to go to the theater with John Carradine to see his play, while Jerry plans to go out on a date. Jerry has little money for the date, so he agrees to babysit for Johns' very intelligent nephew, and brings his date along. Topics: Martin and Lewis, John Carradine, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
The cast performs the story of the humble beginnings of how Bing and his brothers got into show business, with Jerry playing Everett. Topics: Martin and Lewis Show, Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis,...
Bob Hope tries to gets Tallulah to appear on his show. Meredith Wilson plays "The Thing." Louis Armstrong performs "Ain't Misbehavin'." Bob talks about the Christmas season and his childhood in Cleveland. Frankie Laine sings "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die." Deborah Kerr, Dorothy McGuire, and Tallulah perform a scene from the play "The Women." Bing Crosby appears in a Chesterfield cigarette commercial. Dean, Jerry, and Bob do their version of "The... Topics: Big Show, Tallulah Bankhead, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Louis Armstrong, Deborah Kerr,...
On today's show we honor the memory of Muhammad Ali, say Happy Birthday to Dean Martin and Nancy Sinatra, and feature new music from Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, The Monkees and Mudcrutch with Tom Petty. Topics: Muhammad, Ali, Bob, Dylan, Nancy, Sinatra, Dean, Martin, Paul, Simon, Monkees, Tom, Petty
WKZ Radio presents its first season of vintage comedy podcasts featuring full length shows from Lucille Ball, Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis, and Stan Freberg. Listen to WKZ Radio at http://www.wkzradio.com Topics: Lucille Ball, Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Stan Freberg
Emeriti Dinner of May 10, 2017 UCLA Emeriti Assn. President Stephen Cederbaum, Emcee Carole E. Goldberg presents Carole E. Goldberg Award to Dean Judith Smith, Dean Smith accepts. Michael Levine presents Edward Dickson Awards to Robert Bjork, E. Richard Stiehm, and Martin Wachs. The three recipients accept. Topics: UCLA, UCLA Emeriti Association, Goldberg Award, Dickson Award
* Headlines For January 15, 2004 * Rev. Jesse Jackson On "Mad Dean Disease," the 2000 Elections and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King * Flashback: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. On The U.S. Space Program * Bush's New Space Program Criticized Over Costs & Nuclear Fears favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Democracy Now Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Shout "Oscar Bait!" and Matthew McConaughey will be there like a flash. Listen as Michael and Dean Review Scorsese's Latest Topics: Matthew McConaughey, leonardo dicaprio, Martin Scorsese, Jonah Hill, Wall Street, Financial, Drugs